Conceptual Design Methodology for CELSS in a Lunar Base 951533
Material circulations in a lunar base were simulated in consideration of an optimum control of electric power distributions to equipment. The base is composed of habitation and cultivation modules. The simulations of a dynamic logistic problem were conducted by the use of a fuzzy programming method, after doing the biochemical stoichiometric formulation of crew-, plant-, and machine-subsystems in living and growing modules. The simulation model could treat material circulation and electric power distribution in space systems and it could be expected to make this tool powerful combining this with experimental data.